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Posted In Backup - Recover, Office tools - By Techtiplib on Monday, February 17th, 2014 With No Comments »

Easy Office Recovery is a professional recovery tool for Microsoft Office of any version, starting from Office 95. It works with deleted and damaged Office files, restoring as much data as possible. It focuses on restoring and repairing damaged and deleted Microsoft Office files, such as files of Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint and it’s capable of repairing even the most devastating file damaging cases. Easy Office recovery is powerful enough to perform the most difficult Outlook repair, as well as Excel and PowerPoint restoration.  

Microsoft Office Recovery can be accomplished in short time, the registered version had no restrictions on the number of files that can be recovered. Easy Office Recovery has a full preview, with charts and pictures, letting a user find out whether the files are recoverable in advance.

The quality of recovery is guaranteed and it’s compared to manual data recovery by a specialist. Automatic recovery process is a huge advantage as nothing has to be done manually, the computer does it all itself thus taking less time and saving strength for more pleasant activities than emergency data recovery.

Features of Easy Office Recovery:

  • Modern algorithms are used to recover maximum possible data;
  • Supports Microsoft Office documents: DOC, DOCX. XLS, XLSX, PST, PPT;
  • Damaged Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook files can be repaired;
  • Deleted Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook files can be detected and restored;
  • Full preview is available;
  • Full Unicode support;

Easy Office Recovery 2.0 works with Windows operating systems: 2000, XP, Server 2003, Vista, Server 2008 and 7.

Home page: http://www.munsoft.com/EasyOfficeRecovery/

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